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     openttd - An open source clone of the Microprose game Transport Tycoon


     openttd [-efhx] [-b blitter] [-c config_file]
             [-d [level | cat=lvl[,...]]] [-D [host][:port]] [-g [savegame]]
             [-G seed] [-i palette] [-I graphicsset] [-l host[:port]]
             [-m driver] [-M musicset] [-n host[:port][#player]] [-p password]
             [-P password] [-r widthxheight] [-s driver] [-S soundset]
             [-t year] [-v driver]


     -b blitter               Set the blitter, see -h for a full list

     -c config_file           Use 'config_file' instead of 'openttd.cfg'

     -d [level]               Set debug verbosity for all categories to level
                              or 1 if omitted

     -d cat=level[,...]       Set debug verbosity for a specific category

     -D [host][:port]         Start a dedicated server. Sets network debug
                              level to 6. If you want to change this, use -d
                              after -D

     -G seed                  Seed the pseudo random number generator

     -e                       Start in world editor mode

     -f                       Fork into background (dedicated server only, see

     -g [savegame]            Load savegame at start or start a new game if
                              omitted. The savegame must be either absolute or
                              relative to the current path or one of the
                              search paths.

     -h                       Display a summary of all options and lists all
                              the available AIs, blitters, sound, music and
                              video drivers, graphics sets and sound sets.

     -i palette               Set the palette. '0' for the DOS palette, '1'
                              for the Windows palette and '2' to autodetect

                              The palette depends where the base graphics set
                              originated from. If it came from the Transport
                              Tycoon Deluxe for DOS it has the DOS palette, if
                              it came from the Windows version of Transport
                              Tycoon Deluxe it has the Windows palette. All
                              others likely have the Windows palette as that
                              is the most used palette.

     -I graphicsset           Set the graphics set, see -h for a full list

     -l host[:port]           Redirect DEBUG(), See -D

     -m driver                Set the music driver, see -h for a full list

     -M musicset              Set the music set, see -h for a full list

     -n host[:port][#player]  Join a network game, optionally specify a port
                              to connect to and player to play as

     -p password              Password used to join server. Only useful with

     -P password              Password used to join company. Only useful with

     -r widthxheight          Set the resolution

     -s driver                Set the sound driver, see -h for a full list

     -S soundset              Set the sound set, see -h for a full list

     -t year                  Set the starting year

     -v driver                Set the video driver, see -h for a full list

     -x                       Do not automatically save to config file on exit



     Transport Tycoon Deluxe was written by Chris Sawyer and published by
     Microprose.  openttd is a free reimplementation.